Staff wellbeing named top employer priority

In 2019 Benefits Trends Survey

Adam Saville
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Staff wellbeing named top employer priority

Three quarters of UK employers plan to incorporate wellbeing into benefits strategies, research shows

The 2019 Benefit Trends Survey by Willis Towers Watson has found that staff wellbeing - including financial, physical, emotional and social wellbeing - finished top of the table of priorities for companies' benefits programmes, with 76% of employers planning to incorporate it into their strategies. The enhancement of work policies were considered second highest priority. The research also identified that 48% of businesses have earmarked a value-on-investment (VOI) approach to measuring and...

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